L'Umile Pianta : For the Children's Sake. 1911, September. p. 1-32.
- Publication date
- [p.01-10] : p. 001-002 Officials of the Association; Changes of Address; Birth; p. 003-004 Notice; p. 004-006 Report of the S.E. Committee, By Lilian Gray; p. 007-009 Letter From Present Students, By The Present Students; p. 009-010 P.N.E.U. Conference at Reading, By L. Gray
- [p.11-24] : p. 011 Folk Songs for Children; p. 011-013 Turner, By M.E. Davis; p. 013-016 Handiwork, By A.C. Drury; p. 016-021 Poetry, By W.; p. 021-024 A Few of Gozzolis Pictures (Class IV. Work)
- [p.25-32] : p. 025-026 Work Among the Domiciled European Community in India, By Marion Beatty; p. 026-028 List of Plants Required in the Scale How Botanical Gardens (First Instalment); p. 029-032 A Fortnight in Holland, By Elizabeth A. Smith.
In 1895, the House of Education Old Students' Association was formed to provide current and "old" students who were scattered abroad, opportunities to keep in touch and provide mutual support. In 1896 they began publishing the magazine, L'Umile Pianta, named after a plant growing near Ambleside, which Charlotte Mason admired for its ability to bend without breaking. This plant was also pictured on the House of Education's medal, with the motto "For the Children's Sake." The motto was used as the subtitle for the magazine. From 1896 to 1900 it was published twice each year; from 1901-1906 it came out three times per year and from 1907 onwards it was a quarterly. Issues were bound without covers or title pages. Beginning with June of 1918, each issue has a printed date. Before that, dates of issues were handwritten on first page or deduced from internal evidence.
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